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Consciousness and its extraordinary healing capacities

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The human mind and body are inseparably integrated and in this podcast, Elliott S. Dacher, M.D. discusses the profound repercussions our mental state has on our physical health and how western medicine has largely forgotten this link. After establishing in 1984 a private medical practice where he began to synthesize allopathic medicine with conscious expanding traditions from the east, Dr. Dacher traveled to Asia to further develop his knowledge of body mind practices and the healing process. Yoga, meditation, guided imagery, and biofeedback are a few of the psychophysiologic tools that use the mind to help heal and regulate the body. After listening to the podcast you can learn more at as well as through Dr. Dacher's book, Integral Health, the Path to Human Flourishing.

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Keywords: Yoga; meditation; biofeedback; guided imagery; alternative medicine

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